Registration opens at 8 am and we encourage you to register early and enjoy the festivities before the walk/run starts
Followed by the warm up and a Special Guest to Start the race.
Start time for the walk/run is 10:00 AM
After the walk/run (starting at 11 am) will be more onstage entertainment, a full free barbeque lunch, prizes and more special guests.
So much fun in one day!
Join us on Fathers day, bring your Dad or come out to help celebrate all the men you know.
We have something for everyone and it is all free with your registration fee!
Make Dad a gift (a handpainted shirt or something else very special)
A Bouncy Castle with a slide
Lots of seating for those that are just there to cheer everyone on
Lunch – and we mean a hot and tasty barbeque
Prizes – hundreds of draw prizes and top collector prizes too
Plus more fun things to do on Fathers day!
Norman has created a very special niche with his irreverent comedy and skillful music. He has written and recorded songs for Disney Records, Shari Lewis, CBC syndicated t.v. show “Scoop & Doozie”, and most recently the live musicals for “Max & Ruby” and “Toopy and Binoo”. Norman has received four Parents Choice and NAPPA Gold Awards, Pacific Music Industry Awards, Socan’s Songwriter of the year award and most recently, 2010 JUNO & WMCA awards. His music videos include “One Thousand Pennies”, “Lets Sing a Song,” and “The Progress of Man”.
He has had the undeniable pleasure of performing with symphonies, festivals and in concert halls throughout North America including the Oklahoma City Philharmonic, Nashville Symphony Orchestra, Vancouver Symphony, London Symphony, Montreal Comedy Festival “Just For Laughs”, Galway Festival- Ireland, and literally countless others.
“Stephanie Standerwick in BIAS JACK”
Marke Driesschen is the Weathercaster for CTV Morning Live and CTV News at Noon at CTV News Vancouver.
A graduate of SenecaCollege in Toronto from Radio-TV Arts, Driesschen started his broadcasting career in radio with CFYN in Sault Ste. Marie before moving to Saskatoon shortly after. He spent the next eight years as morning host for CFMC-FM, as well as performing on stage with several of the city’s theatre and improvisational comedy groups.
Marke started his television debut as a Weathercaster and Host for STV in Saskatoon and then moved to Winnipeg as a Weathercaster and Entertainment Reporter for CKND-TV.
In the early 1990’s he moved out west to Vancouver where he was the host for Your Town on CKVU-TV as well as their weather specialist. He also continued to perform stand-up and improvisational comedy, performing at many of the city’s comedy venues and opening shows of Steven Wright, Louis Anderson and Dennis Miller.
In 2009, Marke went back to the radio air waves and co-hosted a show on Talk 1410 (CFUN-AM) with Nikki Renshaw called The Nik and Marke Show, a daily talk show about the day’s news and hot topics.
When Marke isn’t telling us about the weather, you may also see him up on the big screens and other TV series, as he has appeared in Final Destination 2, Smallville, Mr. Magoo, Elektra and The Dead Zone.
He also continues to help host and emcee events for many charitable organizations, such as the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Marke is delighted to be working alongside JDRF with their annual Rockin’ for Research and the Ride for Diabetes Research.
Away from the stage and television, Marke likes to spend time with his family. He also enjoys getting out on the North Shore trails with his dog Brodie, biking, going to BC Lions games (he’s a long time season ticket holder) and travelling.